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Nuadormrac
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Message 870 - Posted: 13 Mar 2006, 12:38:32 UTC

Not sure this is something effecting Rosseta or not, though thought I would mention... Joined a team recently, and well the math doesn\'t seem consistent

http://ralph.bakerlab.org/team_display.php?teamid=61

Total credit 132.72
Recent average credit 4.74

Name Total credit Recent average credit Country
1) Son Goku 527.02 32.25 United States
2) Wabbit98 79.27 4.89 Channel Islands
3) Tazman 32.84 1.63 Australia
4) Clark 20.60 1.47 United Kingdom


Note, that both my total and my RAC are higher then the team total and RAC, shown below, but not computed above. Thought I\'d pass this lil apperent computation issue along...
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Message 871 - Posted: 13 Mar 2006, 20:02:01 UTC

I believe the team only gets credit while you are crunching for them. Credit that you had before you joined the team isn\'t added to the team total.
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Message 872 - Posted: 14 Mar 2006, 0:27:17 UTC
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Actually it is, if one wasn\'t previously a member of a team. However, once credit has been assigned, it can\'t be re-assigned...

Looking at other projects, it was accumulated as such, from the apperance of it. Note however, if one was a member of a team on something (or signed up for the wrong listing), and then moved it, one doesn\'t show up in the team ranks with that initial credit. It\'s more a handling on un-assigned credits... Course 2 teams couldn\'t get the same credit, but in this case doesn\'t apply.

For instance, in QMC, the totals were most definitely added... These of course are the easiest to calculate/compare, because both being new/alpha projects, the numbers are small enough, with few enough team members that the math can be easily compared in one\'s head.
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